More than 30 years on, the older Nathan speaks at a parole board hearing, recalling the crime and the dynamics of his friendship with Richard, defined largely by their shared intelligence, their passion for Nietzschean philosophy, and their desire for the ultimate thrill.
With simple staging requirements, Stephen Dolginoff's tense, two-character musical drama explores the unusual love story behind the "crime of the century". "There is no production currently running in the capital that is more intelligent, atmospheric and haunting than this." Sunday Telegraph "Thrill Me is thrilling indeed." Evening Standard "Sharp and witty, full of strong songs and clever twists." Whatsonstage.com The cast M2.
Voices The scene Various simple settings Period 1920s and 1950s Piano score and vocal book on hire